Originally Posted by LX
I can't say I hate him. I think that is why it has taken me a while to come to the realization that it is him that I have found lacking in a lot of films that I should ave liked more. I usually pay more attention to a lot of other things besides acting. It is very infrequent that I would feel that acting was absolutely central to me liking or disliking a film. Haywire had decidedly bad acting, but I loved the film. I think with Leo, he commands the screen enough to make his acting essential to the end result, but for me, never lets that arrow fly.
What was it specifically about his performance in "Django" that left you wanting? Just curious.